Mumbai Police have issued lookout notice against 10 people including QNet founder Vijay Eswaran and former billiards champion Michael Ferreira in the Rs425 crore QNet scam case
he Gold Quest scam was run on an international scale, and the man at the top of it all had to dodge bullets to stay out of prison. And he is now back in Sri Lanka, his past sins forgotten.
Top Qnet officials overseas get 40 per cent commission for each investment and products sold in the state.
A revival of QNet in India raises questions on the government’s seriousness about tackling dubious money-circulation schemes, especially the financially powerful ones with global operations and fund flows.
"Setelah kami kroscek, ternyata tidak ada unsur penyekapan atau penipuan di sini. Hanya mereka merasa diawasi saja. Unsur kekerasan juga tidak kami temukan," ucap Komang
Fifteen people have been taken into police custody, amid allegations of idol worshipping. Some of the detainees are Gambians and Guinean nationals. They are currently detained at the Kairaba police station. Idol worshipping is not illegal under Gambian law. But the detainees have been accused of using money to entice folks to join their clandestine group.
Three pyramid schemes or those that are similar to such networks including Global Lifestyle Lanka Ltd are under investigation by the Central Bank (CB) and the Criminal Investigation Department (CID), CB officials say.
Hong Kong merkezli Quest şirketi adına açtıkları Qnet isimli ofislerde 30 bin kişiyi dolandıran saadet zinciri şebekesi çökertildi. İstanbul ve Ankara başta olmak üzere 5 ilde 52 kişi gözaltına alındı. Bu yolla 100 milyon dolar kazanç elde ettikleri ortaya çıkan şebekenin Ankara yöneticisi üst düzey bir emniyet müdürünün kızı çıktı.
With city police commissioner Nanchil Kumaran promising to take steps to get refund of deposits made by thousands of investors in the controversial Gold Quest International, the CHENNAI police are speeding up the process to get the company's managing director Vijay Eswaran extradited from Malaysia.
Après la publication de notre article faisant cas de leur implication présumée dans le système d’escroquerie organisée du gigantesque réseau mafieux QNET, les réactions de Shérif Ousmane Madani Haïdara et Amadou Thiam, ne se sont pas faites attendre.